As long as your heating system is running, your whole house should be cozy, right? But sometimes, a problem can occur which leaves parts of your home perfectly toasty while others have a distinct chill in the air. What can cause uneven heating and cold spots in your house? Do you need heating repair? Here’s what you should know.
It is so easy to panic when you’re faced with a plumbing emergency. And an overflowing toilet is about as panic-inducing as a plumbing emergency gets! Not only do you have no idea what to do, you’re also vividly aware that germ-infested water is spreading pathogens across your bathroom, and the problem is getting bigger by the second!
Panic can easily make a problem bigger, or make it take longer to come up with a solution. So it’s the last thing you want to do in a challenging situation. How can you avoid panicking when your toilet overflows? By knowing ahead of time what you’ll need to do. Let us arm you with some knowledge.
Many homeowners these days are very handy. Even if you don’t know how to do a job, surely there are videos on the internet that give step-by-step tutorials, so you can learn all kinds of things about taking care of your home. This can give you a lot of confidence as well as useful skills. However, sometimes that confidence can lead to trouble.
Certain jobs should never be attempted by amateurs or DIY enthusiasts, and gas line repair is one of those jobs. If you need gas line repair in Manassas, VA, it’s critical that you have it done by a qualified professional. Here’s why.
Maybe you’ve got some serious concerns about your HVAC system. Maybe you just know your heater, your air conditioner, or both are getting old and won’t last much longer. Or maybe your main concern is that you’re trying to make your home more energy-efficient. Either way, you’ve heard about ductless systems, and you’ve got some questions.
Although forced-air HVAC systems using ductwork is the most common type of system, the fact that something is familiar to us doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the best choice. Sometimes there are great reasons to go with a different approach. Ductless systems offer some big benefits that you should consider. We’ll tell you all about them, and you just might find ductless is the best choice for you.
Heating your home is expensive enough at the best of times. In fact, it’s one of the biggest expenses that American families have to shoulder. The last thing you need is wasted energy costing you extra money! If your home has ductwork, there’s a good chance it’s leaking your precious heated air and costing you a bundle. Here’s how that happens and what to do.
If water is spraying out from under your sink, there’s no doubt: you’ve got a plumbing leak. But with so much of your plumbing system out of sight, and with many plumbing leaks starting with a trickle and not a dramatic spray, a problem can be tricky to spot.
How can you tell there’s a plumbing leak happening in a hidden area? Keep an eye out for these signs so you can get leaks repaired and avoid major water damage.
You might have experienced furnace problems in the past that involved the furnace not coming on. That’s a big problem, because you simply won’t get any heat! But there’s another symptom of furnace problems that’s pretty much the opposite: the furnace not turning off. What could be making your furnace run all the time? What should you do about it? We’ve got you covered.
Your sewer line has a big, unpleasant job to do! It carries all the wastewater from all your drains away from your home and connects with your municipal wastewater system. If something goes wrong with your sewer line, it can result in some extremely disgusting outcomes. The key is to catch problems early, before something terrible happens—like sewage backing up into your bathtub!
How can you tell there’s a sewer line problem in time to get it professionally cleaned out without a disaster? Here are the key things to look for.
Autumn is upon us! Children are choosing their Halloween costumes, temperatures are dropping, and it’s time to think about preparing your business or commercial building for the coming cold weather.
The most important item on your winter prep to-do list for your commercial property is to ready your HVAC system for switching over to heating readiness. How should you do that? Here’s our recommendation.
You might be tempted to pretend the weather’s not getting chillier. It can be a little gloomy, accepting that summer’s over and buttoning your house up for the winter. But school is in session, the Halloween decorations have been in stores for weeks, and it’s time to make sure you’ll be all set when it comes time to turn on the heat.
How can you make sure your heating system will be ready for the winter? By scheduling an appointment for annual heating maintenance.